Washington Quarters were originally minted in 1932 as a commemorative for Washington’s 200th birthday. The issue was so popular that it was brought back as our regular issue quarter in 1934.
Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco all make Washington Quarters.
Light violet-gold hue rests upon brilliant luster. Surfaces are clean and eye appeal is strong on this very desirable 'key' date. Only 2 coins have graded numerically finer at PCGS and none have graded finer at NGC.
Well struck with shimmering satiny white luster.
Lustrous white surfaces with a touch of peripheral color and a sharp strike. A 'key' date and very desirable.
Doubled Die Obverse. Obvious doubling of IN GOD WE TRUST. The surface exhibits thick satin luster. An attractive ice-blue and gold blend deepens along the periphery. Sure to please.
CAC. Frosty white surfaces with a blend of subtle gold and a sharp strike.
Brilliant mirrors and a very clean look for the grade.
Cream-white luster and a sharp strike with nice clean surfaces. Outstanding for the grade.
CAC. Cream-white surfaces with strong luster and very sharp strike.
Cream-white luster and a sharp strike.
Cream-white luster, a very clean look, and a sharp strike.
Blazing luster over flawless surfaces with a very faint golden hue.
Cream-white surfaces and a sharp strike.
CAC. Frosty cream-white surfaces with a touch of gold and violet. A very sharp strike and strong luster.
Frosty white luster.
Lustrous white surfaces with a touch of peripheral color and a sharp strike.